Many years ago, before 1985, wallpaper was something people put on their walls who were too lazy to paint. Then came the dawn of the computer age and the X Window System (X10R3) became one of the earliest systems to include support allowing you to tile your computer screen with any solid color or any binary-image X BitMap file. By 1989 you could use an arbitrary color GIF image as wallpaper, and soon other image formats followed. In 1990 Windows 3.0 was the first version of Microsoft Windows to come with support for wallpaper customization, and used the term "wallpaper" for this feature. Over the years the "computer wallpaper" has also been known as a "desktop wallpaper", "desktop background", "desktop picture", "desktop image" and "Veronica". Today most computers come with a default picture and users can usually change it to custom files of their choosing. Which brings us to our collection of My Neat Stuff wallpapers, presented here in alphabetical order and featuring neat pop culture images to brighten up your boring old desktop. Click on the wallpaper of your choice, when it opens right click to save. After that you are on your own.